In addition to quafin being the co-founder of HYU, she has 14 years of community organizing and activist experience in the Indigenous and Afrikan community dealing with restoration from dehumanization and colonization, internationally. In an attempt to access the needs and resources in the Indigenous Afrikan community, she has partnered, collaborated and supported groups dealing with urban farming, civics and law, education, health and culture. She is working toward self-mastery while assisting with the healing necessary for Afrikans and Indigenous communities.
HYU Goals & Objectives for Tolo Star Year 419/420 (2020)
Consult & Connect with ancestors
Connect & create alliances with current tribes, institutions & teachers of Kemetic, Yoruba & 1st Nations spiritual systems & way of life
Be comfortable with resource building
Get property & do spiritual ritual on land
Restructure into a spiritual life & learning society
provide a sacred space to restore an ancient spiritual foundation of knowing the self.
offers self-healing through self-governance study & monthly gatherings
Our Mission & Focus
To provide a sacred space to restore ancient spiritual foundation of knowing the self. The Temple focuses on spiritual awareness and ethical teachings. We embrace the Seven Principles of Nguzo Saba and believe that a true ethical foundation is composed of the Seven Principles through exercises of self-awareness. Our common goal is to expound upon each of the Seven Principles to build strong communities.
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